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In Healing and Suffering: Biblical and pastoral reflections, Keith Warrington’s aim is not to provide all the answers, but to offer a resource for people pondering questions on these themes. His main focus is the New Testament, though a brief introductory chapter looks at the Old Testament. Areas he covers include what Jesus’s healings conveyed to the early readers of the Gospels, and their implications for today; why God doesn’t heal everyone; and what gifts of healing are ...

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